Month: June 2012

Susan Hayward and 1940’s Fashion – Looking Back

You can’t walk into a store today without seeing someone there wearing fuzzy pajama pants and slippers.  I am pretty sure Susan Hayward would not approve. You see, Ms. Hayward came from an era where it was important to look good at every moment throughout the day.  Throw on your best jeans and take a journey with me. Fashion in the prewar times was the height of elegance.  Women would have dresses... Read More »

1940’s US Servicemen and Tattoos – WWII Ink

Many aren’t aware that the relationship between tattoos and our US servicemen in the 1940’s would have a lot more to do with the World War than one might think. In fact, tattoos played a huge role on both sides of enemy lines for a variety of different reasons. Below you’re going to discover some important facts about World War II tattoos, US servicemen, and why both roles have b... Read More »